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05/13/2011

'We'd love to invite you to our son's wedding...' #ny #lgbt #equality

by Jeremy Hooper

As an avid theatregoer, this writer gets a Wicked lot of Broadway mailers.

As a politico, my cache of donor letters alone would cause an environmentalist nightmare.

Oh, and based on the weekly catalogue onslaught, Barneys NY seems to be on to me and my consumer habits.


But as a legally married New Yorker (Manhattan by way of CT) who is sick of seeing same-sex destination weddings be a demand rather than an option for NY's gay couples, this is one mailer I will be thrilled to receive:

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